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  1. Intoduction
  2. PART I: The Kyoto Protocol
    1. Global warming
    2. The vertices of the earth
    3. The contents of the Protocol
  3. PART II: American diplomacy around the Kyoto Protocol
    1. General Remarks
    2. The positions of the presidents of the United States before the Kyoto Protocol
    3. The presidencies of Bill Clinton (1993-2001)
    4. The term of George W. Bush (2001-2009)
  4. Conclusion

It is of course important to know the political systems of our neighbors, let us know that of our great ally of the European construction, that is the German parliamentary system. Especially it is of some interest because of its clean salient features.

The rationalization of Parliament was invented in Germany. Parliament is therefore the central organ of the German political system. Which organization was adopted and for what purpose, to fulfill which functions?

The German parliament has an electoral function: it is the source of the executive. Simultaneously it is the location of expression of the Opposition, who are the guarantor of government control.

And of course, one cannot imagine a legislative procedure that would make failure to them but we will see that its role has a more corrections and approval as pulse or creator.

The composition of the Bundestag determines that on the one hand, the government, through the election of the Chancellor and on the other hand, that of the opposition, that is responsible for the control.

The chancellor, proposed by the Federal President is elected by the Bundestag but under a scheme known as "rationalized parliamentarism".

The Bundestag as it has been established by the Basic Law of the FRG is the central organ of a novel type of plan: rationalized parliamentarism. It is the only federal body directly elected by the people. Members are elected through a voting system that combines unique dual voting, majority voting and proportional representation (the latter being considered dominant).

Tags: German parliamentary system, Bundestag, Basic Law of the FRG, Chancellor of Germany

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